Diners enjoy the upscale food and ambiance at Summa Health’s Virtues restaurant where chefs prepare creations priced well above standard onsite levels. The traditional mission of noncommercial foodservice was to serve the customer by providing a dining amenity. Generally, this was done by offering good but not great food at subsidized prices. This is still in many ways the operating principle, but it is also giving way to an alternate definition that recognizes the changes in an ...

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